[ UK /ˌʌndəsˈa‍ɪzd/ ]
[ US /ˈəndɝˌsaɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. smaller than normal for its kind
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How To Use undersized In A Sentence

  • We boxed seven keepers and tossed back about that many undersized fish, then moved several hundred yards to another brush pile.
  • McKinnon turned and looked at an undersized, freckle-faced youth who was hovering at a respectful distance. SAN ANDREAS
  • We're undermanned, undersized, and undermotivated.
  • Some of you old timers may recall another undersized, high-motor defensive linemen West Virginia once pulled out of Virginia that went on to have a great career. MSNsportsNET.com Featured Content
  • Izzy was seated in a utilitarian consulting room which was undersized and distinctly cramped. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
  • They were kept inside a flimsy wire fence on an undersized dirt lot.
  • There was a two-tier electric fire in the cavernous bedroom my father used and an undersized convector heater in the oak panelled room where he sat at his desk in the evenings. Bonecrack
  • Though the lack of a couple of inches in height is keeping Sweetney from being viewed as one of the draft's premier players, Thompson believes his toughness should outweigh the thought that he is undersized. USATODAY.com - Sweetney 'very special surprise'
  • At school I was fairly skinny and undersized.
  • Anomalies such as undersized genitalia, long or short arms or legs due to "glitches" causing early or late closing off of bone ends, pectus carinatum etc. The Smell of a Million Melted Computers
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